Loading a CD Ejecting a CD manually . Using Windows XP native recording with your CD-RW drive . Using IBM Drive Letter Access (DLA) Using the UDF Reader software for Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows Me . Using StorageGuard Using the RecordNow software.
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Product description The IBM 40X/12X/40X Max CD-RW drive can write and read CD-RW and CD-Recordable (CD-R) discs, and can read mass-produced stamped CDs. CDs created with this drive are compatible with Multi-Read CD-ROM and DVD-ROM drives that can read CD-RW discs and other media, and with older non-MR CD-ROM drives that can read only CD-R and CD-ROM discs.
CDs from MP3 files or from other audio CDs. v IBM Drive Letter Access (DLA): You can use DLA to access your CD-RW drive using a drive letter. You can copy files to recordable media using the windows command line or by using the drag-and-drop method.
Handling Instructions To protect your CD-RW drive during installation, observe the following precautions: v Handle the drive with care. Dropping or jarring the drive can damage the components inside the drive housing. v Keep the CD-RW drive in its antistatic bag until you are ready to install the drive in your computer.
4 IDE connector: Use this connector to attach the CD-RW drive to the IDE cable. 5 DC-power connector: Use this connector to attach the CD-RW drive to the computer power supply cable. 40X/12X/40X Max CD-RW Drive: User’s Guide...
Some non-IBM computers support the cable-select setting, where the position of the device on the cable determines whether a device is master or slave. See the documentation that comes with your computer to determine if your computer supports this setting.
one pair of pins corresponding to the setting you chose in Step 3. v If you are configuring the drive as master, set the jumper to the master 1 device setting. (This is how the drive is set when it is shipped.) If there is a second device on the IDE port, check that the device is configured as slave.
Step 6. Attaching the cables to the drive Connect the cables to the CD-RW drive as follows: 1. If you want to connect the CD-RW drive to your sound adapter or to the sound function on your system board, locate the included audio cables and determine which cable best fits the CD audio-in port on your sound adapter.
To see the configuration information for most IBM computers, press F1 during startup when the IBM graphic displays in the upper right corner of the screen. When you have finished reviewing the information, save the changes and exit. Step 9. Installing the CD-RW drive software The User’s Guide and Software CD contains two software applications for use with...
4. The following table shows the compatibility matrix for high and low speed CD-RW media: Media Rating No rating, 2x Multispeed, 1x2x4x, 4x, 1x-4x High Speed, 4x-10x, 4x-12x, 8-10x Using the drive This section provides information on how to handle and care for CDs and your CD-RW drive, and how to load CDs into your CD-RW drive.
Caring for the CD-RW drive To protect your CD-RW drive during operation, observe the following precautions: v Remove any CD in the drive before moving the drive. v Do not insert foreign objects into the drive. v Do not remove the drive cover or attempt to service the drive. v Do not operate the drive under any of the following conditions: –...
To load a CD into a vertically mounted CD-RW drive, do the following:. Note: Drive CD tray design might be different than shown (varies by supplier). 1. Press the Eject/Load button 1 . 2. Insert the CD into the tray, make sure the disc is placed securely behind the vertical mounting tabs.
Note: Trying to eject the disc will prompt you to record the files. Using IBM Drive Letter Access (DLA) IBM Drive Letter Access (DLA) is included on the User’s Guide and Software CD so you can write data to CD-RW and CD-R media.
Options. Note: StorageGuard is not required for use of the CD-RW drive. Its primary use is easy updating of RecordNow and DLA. IBM service releases of RecordNow and DLA are also available at the Support section of http://www.ibm.com. Note: StorageGuard requires an Internet connection.
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The following table lists the environmental specifications for the CD-RW drive. You can mount the drive vertically or horizontally. Environmental requirements Environmental Requirements: Specification Temperature (noncondensing) +5° C to +45° C Relative humidity (noncondensing) Write/Read speeds The following table lists the write/read speeds for the CD-RW drive. Drive Write/Read Speeds: Function Read (CD-ROM/CD-R disc)
Disc diameter Rotational speed (CD-ROM/CD-R) Mean time between failures (MTBF) Buffer underrun protection The following table summarizes the CD format capabilities of the RecordNow program. Refer to the Veritas software online user’s guide for the most recent information on CD format capabilities. Format CD-DA (Red Book) CD+G...
CD-ROM (Mode 1): This format is used for most CD-ROM applications. CD-ROM XA (Mode 2 Form 1 and Mode 2 Form 2) or CD-ROM Extended Architecture: This standard was created for playback of multimedia content. CD-I (Mode 2 Form 1 and Mode 2 Form 2) and CD-I Ready for home entertainment systems.
v Remove all discs from drives. v Start RecordNow. v Select Make a Data Disc. v Insert your media when prompted. v At the prompt ″The disc you have inserted is not blank, would you like to erase it now?″, select Yes. v After the media erase completes, Select the Cancel button in RecordNow v Exit RecordNow.
3. If you can read from a CD-RW disc in the CD-RW drive, but not in another optical drive, be sure that a UDF Reader program is installed on the computer that contains the other optical drive. For more information on the UDF Reader program, see “Using the UDF Reader software for Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows Me”...
MPC-2 compliant Molex 70553 or equivalent connector. (To locate the drive audio connector, see “Back view of the drive” on page 3.) If you are using an IBM computer or IBM sound adapter, see “Service and Support” on page 25 for assistance.
Enabling DMA for Windows 2000 Professional To change the parameter setting for Windows 2000, do the following: 1. Click Start → Settings → Control Panel. 2. Double-click System. 3. Click the Hardware tab. 4. Click Device Manager. 5. Click the IDE ATA/ATAPI controller to expand the tree. 6.
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